Parallel Mothers Film Review: A continuing cycle of losing and finding

    Parallel Mothers is a Spanish-language drama by famed writer-director Pedro Almodóvar, who continues his streak of engaging female leads with his frequent collaborator, Penelope Cruz. Cruz shines as a single mother named Janis. While sharing a hos... Continue reading...

    Review: Along Came Wanda

    Jan Miller Corran’s film, Along Came Wanda, is about Mary Beth and Wanda, two women with distinctly different personalities. Mary Beth is shown to have more of a feminine side, while Wanda acts more like a tomboy. Considering most romantic comedie... Continue reading...

    Love, Bravery, and Belief: Salt in My Soul Review

    Salt in My Soul documents the life of Mallory Smith, who is diagnosed with cystic fibrosis at age three. Throughout her 25 years of life, Mallory journaled every step of her experience with cystic fibrosis, right up until her last breath, resultin... Continue reading...

    Stretch Marks: Film Review

    When I was a little girl, I didn’t have a perception of what bodily changes are. I was a skinny, energetic kid who couldn’t care less. One time at summer camp, I heard someone saying they had stretch marks, so naturally, I asked my mom what it mea... Continue reading...